Gunnar Bergdahl has quit as head of the Gothenburg Film Festival after 15 years.
They are actors, but they don't just act. They're entrepreneurs plugged into every facet of the showbiz economy.
With one film earning tidy sums at the Australian B.O., two pictures set to roll and financing locked in for a fourth project, Australia's Ocean Pictures is riding a wave of activity.
The government and private banks are launching major funding schemes to back Bollywood films in a continuing bid to end the industry's reliance on underworld coin.
Hong Kong's Intl. Film Festival (HKIFF) has one inherent weakness: it caters only to the moviegoing public, not the industry itself. It's an admission straight from the mouth of the festival's…
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Even its rivals were tempted to breathe a sigh of relief March 24 when Universal/DreamWorks' "A Beautiful Mind" took home four key Academy Awards, including the best picture Oscar.
New Yorkers know that after 9/11, it's best to accentuate the positive.
James Schamus will receive NBC's Screenwriter Tribute at the seventh annual Nantucket Film Festival, June 20-23.
John Woo is courting Nicolas Cage to star with Chow Yun-Fat in "Men of Destiny," the director's epic look at the 19th-century construction of America's railroads.